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One FC announces Malaysia featherweight event fighters

One FC announces Malaysia featherweight event fighters

Asia’s leading mixed martial arts promotion, ONE Fighting Championship, yesterday announced the launch of the Malaysian National Featherweight Championship Tournament, with four of the top prospects to battle it out in the first round of the tournament at the February 2 event ONE FC: Return of Warriors.

The two fights signed for the tournament at Stadium Putra in Kuala Lumpur are Raymond “The Rocket” Tiew taking on Melvin “Overkill” Yeoh and AJ “Pyro” Lias Mansor squaring off against Jian Kai “The Headhunter” Chee. 

By the end of the evening, Malaysians will know who the top two contenders for the National Featherweight Championship MMA title will be.

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